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CO. t Tharar Maenlaa. at
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- - NOTICE . -- ,
TO ADVEATISERS AlV SUBSCRIBERS.
Obitnrl, fhneral invitation ami noticed or ectmiraulcatHKi.
intended mlr to benefit an IndirilaarbusiniM, wU be charged -as
adverrhteinenta. i - -
Advert iaementa diaplajred in largrr tjrp naa asoal, are tvk
Ject to heavier ehnrtres.
XT 8uhacrialpnrortha Commercial Auvertlier ac4 Ad vet
tiaementa (reraraMe ixvatiLT ia Afvicic '
IT No tranatrot aitvertiieniants be Inacrted aalea ra
ram. ., ... - ; -
U" Correspondence from ati parts of the Paetfta win aiwa
be rery acceptable.
. c.n cuuntri-s will be 57 ner annnrn
I .p" rfeaa postage and theHxpetme of forward-
r&r .ui have Aawvieaa !" straps oo them,
,'t - American postage being Jlectrd n
ri Hr7irut whacri""6 prefer It, can have their
ZtF1' .-..Vhroeih the Hwlian wails, and will he rr.
OrnfJ .YT, postage of $1 W a the Hawaiian Port
" 1 shoes T-
hi ii 'ii
rO1 'nrst insertion) per line 10 cts.
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HI HI HI
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E. lliin 10 line space,) first in.ertioa.tl 00
' "VLm h. rhm) at the fattowln
i5". ,s rrvi of each Quarter i
f lines.) per qaarter...
V",6Jf .erfomn, per quarter...
- S 00
m( Wafri iai Xew York.
, .! of Ivliutry gives them as follows :
,jl fl.)er nwkers, $3 to C per .week; good
r 8 'it,, 14 ner week; no demand.
1 .-0. - . e I. . J
3 . u w i:5 to 5 rr week; no demand.
iyi , , , -
' a , g per weea ; no ueroanu,
a 1,. A 1
,in. fr week; no demand.
..ru:. , j .
flWrt. 500 to -AIXW per year
III AB 1V r a j UUIBUtl
- '(Mers S-J 10 per week; no demand.
jml 1 Pr eek; supply
r si ner week: no demand.
,Iiwttiiers, S3 to 15 per week; moderate de-
cT.t 1 oer week; no demand.
if.'iyr. S3 to Fer wee 5 DO demand.
fJoiter. S 7 to 10 per week; no demand.
-,-r 3 to 4 per week;' no demand.
t-vtuen. ST to 10 per week ; demand moderate.
.ump.' bt j. S3 to 6 per week; no demand.
'!yn!iit:i. S- " 1- per week; no demand.
I t 25 oer week : no demand.
&1 in 8 ner week: minnlr nrrp "
i c 3. j rf v
.fnffrt, Si1' to per week; no demand.
.-ur 3l to 20 per week; no dein-tnd.
H-Mut-. S3 to 12 per week; no demand.
vneriafs. So o u Pr n.ontn; marKet open-
tCe IjTietks. S5 to 8 per month; supply over
.t but one in req-iest.
. " u.-t .'- eio ia IS
i-llft 4 iivtt: v aw rr
iert.tn'n. S10 to 12 per week; no demand.
Lk- ker j5j t0 10 per week; no demand.
. ;-5 ti 1- per weeic; moderate demana.
L-ir.r. ST to 8 per week; moderate demand.
S I- Pr week; n Uem iii-L . i
i?r. 1 ) to 1- p-?r week ; demand moderate f
... -1 . - 1 T- . .7 1
niters, S- to 1- per week; demand moder-
:?, p'ece work, S 4 53 per dozen ; plenty of
,rr?, $3 I" 8 per month; market glutted.
L.n-Ui-,. SI - pr wek : no demand.
.awiffH U)s. S4 per week; no demiud.
vripSer, S12 to 3J per week; supply equal
Men, S to lo per week; demand for good
i'jm.si. ?o to ij per wees; no uemanu.
. . i j
-w.irkers (artisans) $12 to 15 per week;
IA t 'ierve.
.i-orkers (Uborers,) $4 to 7 per week; no
5 J to 12 per week; supply equal to de-
jm, S3 to o per weeK; no aemana.
Kuns, S5 to b per week ; no demand.
-auers. So to 'J per week; no demand.
-sejieii, o to 12 per week; demand moler-
Uytr5 n aewing machines, $5 to 6 per week;
sinj-x makers, S7 to 10 per week; no de-
utrs. 5 to 10 per week; . moderate demand.
hr-bux makers, 67 to 10 per week; nedwiMad.
Ler-tii.r-rs, 53 to 20 per week ; demand moder-
-jniter, 9. to iy per week; uemanu gooa
. n t . f. 1 1
beries! hau ls.
-r-uiwrs bey, '52 to 4 per week; no demand.
r-nHkra' women, $3 to 5 per week; demand
girls, 1 50 to 2 50 per week; de-
w-rttiert. S10 to 11 per week; no demand. .
Laa-iker. SJ to 12 per week; no demand.
erw, to 12 per week; supply equal t ue-
-awrs, gO to 12 per week; supply equal to de-
tO-tak milters. S10 per week; no demand.
r, j5 to 8 per week; supply equal to demand.
f sli to 12 per week; aeinaud goo-i wr
tivakera, 86 per week; no demand,
per?, to 10 per wevk; no demand.
iaw-, g lz per week; no demand.
Jrrs. o to 10 per week; no demand.
severs, S10 to 12 per week; no demand.
Cou. Oil Mastpacttre is Oaio. Most of
Pir know omethin of the perserering efforts
af teen male to introduce coal o.l into use
corpose as a sut?titute for sperm oil, yet
Hiip are aware of the extent to which the
'sk has t-eoorne interested in its manufac-
UiD.iio State Journal publishes a list often
wpl eompaniea in Oliio, with an aggregate
-tfoce midlon two hundred and eiihty thou-
t-tn directly iuvested in the manufacture of
i.w-1 prfriicts that before the close of the year
a aute win be a tded. to the list. The com-
" in oper aion are the Great Western, at
'iiuacpttal of $5i.f))'); Western Coal
t Cincinnati. etDltai SI 50.000; Ohio
Co.. at CoIebn.k. capital SISO.OOO;
t V. Im. S2-.0 X); Am. Oril Oil Co.. Newark,
.-; Cinfiell, S20.II0O; I hoeuix Coal
SeabeoMlIe. sGO.OOO; E.npre Coal Co.,
Jirvh) ); rT,!h..o linzdo., DeJforJ, $100,.
H I ia, $),0X). Exchange.
Staiih TH,e sext Coork. :The political
auf the' next Hoa-te f representatives is
'"'W fxt of much specoUtion by the press and
"f the eountrr: and manv contend that
r- Lue BenublieLn organization. The
Ff tf E-pubticn party in the next House
rUxie will reach over one hundred nl
y euben, being six members less than
'"7- T ariie fr.n this strength Republi
'iit:..n of the (Ious, implies either union
the Siatti AmriAu4 or six of what are
et!!l anti Lecompton Democr-ats. The
r nA insult their constituents by such
r,li!t the Litter would forfeit erery claim
be rrir le.l as of the Democratic party,
"iiti2 , enalititMi. The onranixation of the
be aid 1. i . mwIImh h.
r Ur tmst ehnuld effect a union f six
t sabtde of the Republican party with It for
" F-nj i
l - . u I lib J 1. HI IV " .
Lou Ion. to renew his labors, in con-
ItB tk . : T 1. Ii v in r
to be brought out with all the new
.1B'ito. ami fnll r.n.IPa.1 fie In Tin T ncrnM
4 "tie ft.rl. ; .wl .!.: , Mr.
his faith in the nltimite succrss of
tT? s stronzlT as he did at its first com-
Tts soccera. I f thinlc that the exizen-
( ' Europe will proe f irorable to the en
lw thy will demonstrate more decidedly
OCCCSMitT tit t Ke nmrnnnifiiltlOIla
'? Loss or trk (ilimpse It was
'iiiri m liin rfUDe. ibm im
l"0 of the norta on Pugftt Sound, bad
fw' e,P CaP Flattery, and that the Teasel
" losT' w r le'rn n7 of the
ni trt t was a baseless rumor. Ex.
L 2cRETTs COCOAINE
UTw,0 THK RtALiy Of THE BDl.tS HalR.
For ale by . 8. F. fukp. Jl-1-
rTn, 31 A PS
1143.2ml 11. M. WI1ITNKV.
;() OXS BEST LCiaSU COJLLS
i -. For a. by -
' i wrarwr.n a- rf
"hMiliooal Br.) - 50
(fLu-imnlii advanoe. T
PMK RrE? YEEKLV Bl
n"R1 AI. WIUTAEY.
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, Oaho, II. I.
J. F. COLBURX,
Kaahumanu strett, Honolulu, Oahu.
JAXIOX. GREEN & CO.,
II. W. SEVERANCE,
wo ) ?h P Chan Her and Commission
mmviuui, iiitnoiuiu, a. I.
Captain B. F. 8ow,
Uesum. D C. Water A: .
Wiluami a; Hates,
Most as, ttosg ft Co.,
Swirr Jt Allcs,
T.s A.K..N TI,
1Ixrt A. Pukce, -
R1SSLL, MiCTCRS CO.
r:JL 8EyERASCE ntinue the Ship Chandlery and
Bh!rrV,.r.T."1 rr ,"la au,n,- -e7 deacripUon of
" v iu. rates. 14.tf.tl
P. S. WILCOX,
0"OTHW w l- -"art.T t-o) Shipping and Conmiasion Mer-
nwu, uoduiuiu, saudiricb lalanda. "
' ' "!,"T Pwaca, Boston. Sarirr k Alles, Sew Bedford.
BcTLsa A Sue. - W. Wilcox,
Charlu Wolcott Brudkj, San Francisco.
S. AV I LCOX will continue the Shipping and Commis.
""es iiamenr oim on by K. Coaily k Co. A suddIt
or ine lean.ne; articles in the Prov sion and Ship Chandlery line,
kept constancy on hand and for sale at low rules. Fmoi Ion
u t.nj uiniLrrcuiicerni:i(r n naiesnis, he is prepar
ed to offer suierbjr facilities to maters in. I owners entnuunc
their busineM M his charge. Particular attention will be paid
to the shipment of Oil and Bone to the United States, at the
lowest current rales. In first class ship. Whalemen's Drafts
irawn as Mi ana OO nays' sight Ukd their A genu, wUl be at all
A. P. EVERETT.
" J anion's new bl:t, Qaeen street, Ilonolula, II. I.
Messrs. 8Mrsof k Tkrrkf. - - Boton.
E. D. BBf.OAV K Co - .
" BtTLKR. KriTH k - "
riooolulu, July 1, 1S47. 53-f
B. r. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant. H-molulu, Oahn, Haw. Islands.
IWular Line of Boston and II.n4iilii Packets.
Sale of Coffee frmn thr TitcimH IMantation.
fate if Crocker Bmther Jfc Co n Yellow MetaL
New Fngland KootiuK Company: 12Ti-tf
CHAS. B. BISHOP. tcu. A. ALDRICH
RISIIOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office In the east corner of "Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street. Hun -lulu.
Wifl receive dems ts, ilinomnt first-class business paper, and
attend to coilectuiK, etc llvj-tf
C. A. A. II. r. POOR.
IMP0RTI:R3 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
honolitlc, o.nr, sandwich islands.
Geokgk F. Pcabodt, Eq.,
LUSRl liiKCLL, M.I., -
Messrs. KuD. Oiiiski A C
Waldo. Hurt Jt Co., -Aberxcthv.
Clark k Co.,
BAOUA'B k LI5DK9BKRGEB,
0. r. witomix. jobx r. rors.
D. C WATERMAN At CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whahne Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase an 1 Wile of Exchanse, Oil,
Bone, General 51erchao.lise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. Isaac II wlo, -I a., x Co., New Bedford.
W. G. E. Pope. Esq., do.
Mimnn, St-ke k Co., San Francisco.
MrKlEB 31EKR1LL, do. 105-tf
W. A. ALU RICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchniliset Commission
Agent for the ale of Sujrar. Molasses and Coffee, and other
Island Proiluce. Apeut f-r the Lihce I'laxtatioS. Con
sutiments of all kinds of Island lroduce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attemlel-to. 105-tf
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I., keeps constantly on hand
an miisirH .uirtment of everv description of jrouds re"
ntlinrvl hv hnlshins arlil others.
Shipping fnrninhed with all kinds t.f proceries, provisions, ic,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices,
a-r lnn.. .Hv.nmi r.r whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
.MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Char. Hers, Ilonolula, Oahu,
S. t. Stone store corner of Kaahumanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced oq favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
1- S u .i.l l itnmi.. "
C. BREWER 2d,
General Commission Merchant, Honoluln, Oaho, 9. I. Money
a-lvanced on favorable terms for bills of Exchange on the
V. England and France.
AMOS. S. COOKE.
CASTLE fe COOKE,
Importer, and Wholesale and Retad dea ers in Gei
chandise. at the old stand, corner of the Kit.g s
.ir. near the law Stone C hurch. Also at
f.wTn.-rlv occupitfil by C
II. Nictation, in King street, opx.
site the Seamans CliapeL
4 rent! fiir Dr. JaynCS' .lll-
a - S. Ac M. S. GRINBAUM,
., t lr. Fashionable Clotliin?. Hats, Caps
lmPT:7. " 7.,7" d e;ry variety of Ucutlenu-n's Superior
Jlouoiuiu, iranix. -ass
ITT A I & All EE,
. Aiko. at PaDakoa. and Io,
Agents for tt 'Sugar J';-'".rv-h ' , Retail Deal-
mi.. Sivrun. Tea, Conee, ai
.-runent nf general merchundi
Honolulu, A ugust 4 2, 1 ii'-
Commission Merchant, and
Wanted. Bills of Exchange on the L. 8. and fcu
m.ts rro.n abroad promptly
Honolulu, Oahn, P.
JurfS kinTu Ukeo ia exchange for gooda.
. . i a I wit
oesor.to Mr. Ilry Rvbin, WhoMwie v. mean-. ry.-
ErJuits, H H.lulu. II. I , un.ler the Room of A. J. t rt
bTaral at the foot .rf Kaahumanu street. i-tf
and Importer, omce.
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer Vort street. Hono.
tools ana ioj-u
TB. C Harem
sj. ro MOLT.
- W. f ' 1"
ar iini.TA iir-ui"
floral Commission Merchanu. no,Klula. Oalia, 8. L
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Commission Merchant and G1 Shipping Agent, D-,
Oahu, II. L -
vrboleaaU. Dealer In Win-, t W, Ale
ttaTrV-t Office. Hv-uhi
GEORGE G. HOWE,
tauuber Merchant, yard come, of Queen and N-uana .treeUan
tbe Punchard premises.
C. II. LBWB1
lumber and bmlding materi.ls.Fort St. nonolula.
7' H. HACKFELD A CO.
fWal Commission Agenta, and Ship Chandler., Huta,
Oaho, a- l-
" 7 GEORGE CLARK.
X a. agaggghSagaT'"
j. ; . - , . r MuesHAS, jb
t.s.oaA. 3f OSSMAN & SON, -Grocer.
and Dealer. Ut Dry O- n?
alula, 0a", -. : -'
a. swais, aiawao
a. auaais, OAHC
a nsV. HARRIS v
rraln all kind. ofHa-alis- fkHeAS
- -T um t i4iu ob Messrs. mtM' t t .
' ' y y SsTX rr -ar. 'rfy? I ft II 11 111 I
"AWAIIA.V FLOUR COMPANY,
1W-tf A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Aei.t.
CIIAS. I1REXVER, 2d,
Airent for the BKK WEa PH S t ATIO . Honolulu. 119-t.
AGENT FOR THE
Vark Board ar I'i.ir:.
The TOderaiprwd Ukei leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
uc uu oeen auJV unwintnl An. r.
Board of CnUerwriten.
ALEX. J. CARTWaiGHT.
AGENT FOR THE
Liremool ITndpri-rirB a
TV.. , , . ; " ----- - . vitiiiuii.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Shtn m,il. V. .. 1 I . . ., ,r ""i
TriVxfi' ' TOeiveti xne appointment ol
?i:il."t,thwe IsUn,, f"r "e LIVERPOOL UNDER
W RITEK'S ASSOCIATION.
10&-t JANION GREEN, & Co.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersitmed befrs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Vi.V-i.-m ' ne received the appointment ot
AUtM at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
J06 JANION, GREEN k Co.
E. O. IIALIj.
Importer and Dealer In Hanlware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
ncuerai jiercnanuise, corner of Fort and King streets. 105-t
D. N. FLITNER.
Continues his old business at the new store in Makee's new Are
proof huildin?, at -the stand n-cently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Oum .tut
Chronometers rated by olservatior.s of the sun .ml .t.r.
with a transit instrument accurately a-'jostel to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention piven to tine
watch repairing-. Sextant and quadrant plasses silvered
and adjusted. Cli.trts aud nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 4-1-tf
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
ranilE UNDERSIGNED heirs to notifv to those par
M. ties who have insured in this office
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that In conse
sequence of the continued erection of liuvs hii.I hiirh aooilen
buiidinirs clo tozetherin uurrow streets, no nw ri.L-. nn
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
taken will nut be renewed on the expiration nf their terms.
JANION. GREEN, Co.
&2-tt Agent Sir the Northern Assurance Co.
K..r Fire and Life iunnum .1
I ny, (established 1J.)
nome and axrixul
Cnpitnl l.23f.70O. Strrliu?.
The undersicued has beeu aiiDointed Airent fur th. SanHwirli
Islands. JANION. GREEN, fc Co.
7-tf- ' at HiKiolulii.
F LOR ENS STAPENIIORST.
Arent fnrtlte Bremen an.1 Dr-s.leu U.rd of I'mlerwriters All
avrrajre claims against the said Un lerwriters, iccurriiix in
or about this Kinjilmn, will have to be certified before him.
E. HOFFSCIILAEGER Si STAPENIIORST.
Avrsita for the-
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
AVIS A IT PUBLIC.
Lrs Soussines, ayant ete noinin'is Agents pour les
A.ureurs maritimes de Paris et de Bordeaux,
previenncnt Ie public enfRiniral et les Capi
tainesde iiavires marchamls fntrnjaia, qui tisitcnt
les ports de ce royaumc, en particulier, que daus
tous les cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire contater et verifier
les flits devant eus puur legali.ier leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs.
61-tf ED. nOFFSCHLAEGEIl & STAPENIIORST.
II A M B URG II-R R E M i: N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
nPHE UNDERSIGNED. Apents of the above Com
any, are prepared to insure risks uirauist fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
Tlono nlu, Oct. 11, 1357.
CIIAS. F. GUTLLOU, 31. D ,
Late Surtreon United States Navy, Consular PlaK'sician to sick
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. V) nod's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surxical advice in English, French Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. a. to 2 p.m.; at other hours inquire at
his resilience. 1-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, &c,
Has removed to the St re lately occupied by Dr. Lathrnp, In
Queen Street, wh-re he will lie regularly supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc', of the lest quality.
XT Family Mrsdiciues and lYescnptions carifully prepared.
XT Medicine Chests examined and refitted n reasonable terms.
Attendance at the olhce from a. M. till o P. x., on week
days, aad from 8 to 11 a. St. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence. L'nion street. . 11 1-tf
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Makee's
block. Ship's Medicine chests refitted, and prescriptions
ET Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
Physician and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store of II. Hackfeld At Co., Queen-street. 1-tf
J. D. BLAIR,
AttomeyaTd Counsellor at Law, and Proctor in Admiralty. Of
fice over Dr. Guillou's Drag Store, Honoluln, S. I. 140-tf
. . . . i f I . .. tX TMnmpIl
Attorney at Law. omce, over ins rwnuw.
. , tM iv. m.liu. Inninin.r.
business and executes aocuuicuv. m mv n...- .-..j.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office In Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in B.ts and Shoes of every
description. Shoe turnings, rump,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skms
Trunks. Valises, Sirrir.g Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
HrVishes. H.ierT. c c. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts.. 1
. . i i i, T 1 .IT
, llfRMHUlU, Jla
rONTRCT0R AND M ILDER- The undersigned wouiu m
ty.,in.iviv . i th.r h has taken and
form bis trieniisano me iu....-, -.- . - - .,.
fieil up the premises on Fort str.. opposite C. Brewer
4.1'a Store aa i CARPENTER SHOP, and would solint that
PatnmaKerretofore so libera.ly bestowed. All orders in
Ine various branches of Buil.ling, Plans, Specifications and
Contntcta, attended to with P W.' vYnCENT.
- timing wKDrtff SASH, and alt other articles per
aini W house building, c
GEORGE C SID ERS,
Manufacturer and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, ami Copper ware,
KaThumanu street, opposite J . C. Spalding's Honolulu, II.
SnkerTin and Cop.-er Pumns, Bathing TuIhi.
un,.m. J-Z; luhL Tin awl Zinc Bonng, ami a gen-
" - ,.; .n,V exeuteil with
ot lir w.i. I "
neatness and dispatch.
-vt M.v.rnd French Polislier, Hotel Street, opposite me
w"' " . II...
BYRON'S BAY, niLO, HAWAn,
Shin Chnndler and Dealer In General Merchandise, keeps con
8 Pn"lyorb.ml an extensive awtme..t of every descri,an
rTooods required br Whaleshiis and others.
ShiPpln.Tar.rhe.1 with Fresh Beef .ml Vegetables, and all
rL ml. of Groceries and Salt Provisions. &, , eW , at the
.oortrst noUce and upon the most reasonable terms.
MooevaoT., U Whalers' Bill, at the b-rest rates.
nacmUesfer Storare of from to 6UO0 barrels.
"1? ?Carde..t spirits allowed to be s.d at this port-
F.'we as weU as native, seamen can he procured here npn
MFfhk lajWete., s at any of the other port. on the IsUnds.
Hilo, March, 18j9-
GILMAN & CO.,
EhiP Chandlers and Dealers in General Merchandise,
LAHAINA, MAUI, H. I.
. , with recruits.
Good facilities for storage. ian
M'urnishel for bills of exchange.
rommiMlon Merchants ana Dealers
. n. " . (All
MpMeniKliwa, Lahaina. Maui.
at the shortest notice, In exchange for joods
JOHN THOHAS WATERIIOUSE.
Wbolesale and RetaU Dealer in
Iluln. and Lahaina. Maul- 44-tf
TWler in General Mercr-ndi Hilo, Hawaii.
-Hth recruits at m " 1
" rv-alrr in Oerxral Merchandise, Coontry Pro
W-ctb .rcorn, Beans, Bananas, Butter,
" S. JOHNSON,
HOUSE CARPENTER, Ac.,
J:: ; . rr w f ivtimates
. esaestt any work ta tba
L. be is IIar'
.'Storts, gtucllimjs ani Jlral ' CEstatf.
mTIIE STORE AT THE FOOT OF K A A
humanu street, recently occupied by Messrs. liitson k
Hurt, in the wine and spirit tnwle. Possession given on
.ie 1st of October next. For terms, apply personally to
159-tf At his rooms over Dr. McKihbin's
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
THE VALUABLE PREMISES ON TUE
corner of Richard and Queen streets, formerly known as
the "Hanchett 1 "remises," are offered for sale. For
particulars, apply on the premises, or to A. MILLER,
Title fee-simple. - (159-lm) King street.
DWELLING-HOUSE TO LET.
THE HOUSE BELONGING TO H. F.
Poor, situated on Lililii street, will be leased to a good
tesaxt at a low fijrure. Please apply to
15J-2t C. A. H. F. POOR.
mTHE DWELLING-HOUSE IN NUU-
V-'vV anu Vai'ey, lately occupied by Mr. Thomas Brown.
U-JL Please apply to
159-tf FRED. L. nANKS.
HOUSE TO LET.
iiTHE CMMODIOtS AND
iM'.'l antly situated dwelling-bouse in Kuuanu
a I l-v- nn.
tisSw occupien oy air. .11. 11. ikchhiui. 11 isjusi vrzyxji.a luc
.1 1 . . .. a. t 1 1.. t . 1 1 .1 .
first lriilfre has frovernment water laid on, aud is a very desir
able family residence. Apply to ED. KEMV,
153-tf Hotel street, opposite the National UoteL
A SUMMER RESIDENCE
mTO BE HAD, BV THE WEEK
G. P. JCDD.
Waikahalulu Water Lots!
rplIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
bees to call the attentinn of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and other to this finely situat-d tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may be seen and ail particulars learned by application
to the undersiirned at Robert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
N. It. Early applicatiiai should be maile for choice Lots.
W. L. GREEN.
Arent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1853. . 121-tf
Coffee f'lantation t c
THE CELEBRATED i'-
TITCO.M11 COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT II ANA LEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 Acrra. and has upon it 50.000 i'oiFrr
Trees, The land is well alapted to the cultivation of su-.nr
cane. Tlie estate is unencuinliereil, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of snle, inquire of
10'j-lf B. F. SNOW.
TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR SALE J
wTHG WELL KNOWN AND OLD ES.
f?TiJ taMished BJARDIN'J U0LSE, known as Uie "L NION,"
JVAiL is offers 1 for sale.
This house has done a most excellent business for a Ions time,
ami the ProM-ietnr is forced to p:irx with it from being too much
occupied in other business. Apply to
143.tf Uot-.-l Ftreef.
A SUMMER RETREAT I
SUITED TO ACCOM MO DATE A
family desiring to avoid tti heats of summer.
commodations mav be had two miles from the Post OiBoe J
in the valley, at the cottage in the roar of my residence. Terms
moderate. (150-tf) A. BISHOP.
THE GREXIER PREMISES. ON M i
ma street, opposite Merchant street, c moisting or TWO
ST JRES, with fixtures., etc. Apply to
lG-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THE FOLLOW! VO OOM' vr-
fiee in the t litr; rit ur isn.ll.tv Ul corner oi
Kaahumanu and Queen streets, vis :
The oftlce on the second flo,r. directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
Possession given immediately. Terms inoderate. Apply to
119-tf CHAS. BRIiWER,2o.
nr of the " White U'lrse Hotel," with li separate nea
.. . . . . . . . i
rxms, all lurmsueil. luquire on me premises. iu-u
TO LET STORAGE.
yKTHE CELLAR UNDER THE HONO-
" !' lulu House one of the most convenient in town capa
3 L!L hie of storing about 400 tons. Inquire of
jOdltr II- M. WniTNEY.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
TO LET. t PER WEEK.
S. J0HN30N, Carpenter,
FOR SALE OR LT3ASE.
THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averberg, Esq., corner of King and Maunakea streets.
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
terms apply to l"6-tf FLORENS STAPENHuBST.
THE TWO STORES RECENTLT
erect eil In Fort street, between King and Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
earlv application. For terms, please apply to
B. F. SNOW.
NEW COOPERAGE !
ANTIION'S BUILDING, MERCHANT HT.
Honolulu, Oabu, II. I.
ran he UNDERSIGNED HAVE TaSmX
M tlie above premises for the purpose of carrying on the "
in all its various branches, and solicit a share of the public
P"l!niiii practical coopers, they Batter themselves that they
can do work as well and on as leasonable terms as any other es
ablishment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3m " LAMB, FARDKX CO.
II. F. LONG,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGS LEAVE TO OTlH tiim
public that he is now prepared to furnish all kinds
of COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, attheshort-
t nnir From the lone exnenenoe ne nas nau iu
the business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
. . ... . j . ..I. .iu mir.iM ulw.r. nn
will lavor nun wun a can. wwiv uuuc i-ore "
hand, from 4 b S10 : cherry ami koa do., varnished, $10 and
t-25 ; koa do, polislied, 2i and $40. Koa Luinla-r on hand and
fir sale at his shop, tun; street, nearly uirpwi" -" -Bethel.
. . , ,
X. B. FI RNITCRE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and dispatch. HS-tf-
U PIIOLST E RlxVCar.
THE UNDERSIGNED. tIA l.w -
though knowledge of the above ousiness, oev- v,
notify his frier ds and the public generally of Honolu
lu, that he is prepared to make to order, on short no
tice, and in the most thorough workmanlike manner, prmg
Lounges, Spring Beds, Hair, Pulu and Grass Matresses. Old So
fas, Lounires, etc., re-covered aod repaired with ueatneaa and dis
patch. CurieU of all kinds laid in the-most th-wouvh workman
liL minmrr. G. U. ING RAH AM.
Next dor to Geo, Clark, Esq., Hel street.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, Tith their present improvement., to
suppl merchanu and families with hard and soft soap also,
neat s foot oil. .
XT An"1 always ready to buy or trade for tallow, flush, and
mil kinds Ol aitcnen iitw.. " '
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAV-
ing taken the sbop recently occupiea o,
llenrv Smith, (the subscriber's okl stand.
i. nn.niml to execute work of all kinds
in nrst rate njit, - - - .
attention will be paid to all kinds of ship work ? and, having
procured an experienced Farrier, recently arrived from the I nited
States, those requiring services ia that line may rely upoa their
lt'?eiDS ta Wurkmnl,-e "bSbrt brows.
-. i ...
- . i . .mm. tn .nit thj, i mM i"anuniiar
TnOMPSO. & IVETIIilE, .
OPPOIITE THK CUSTOM HOTJ8K,
v THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
-sA pr-niaes formerly oocupie.1 by M. M. Mtttkewn,
Jjfy are dw prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
V Work, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
tenia, aad hope y strict attantios ts bsuinesa to bwi-H a .hara
sf ajs public psrrooage seretofbre so liberally oeatu-aul. lOS-O
LANCE POLES. .
ANCC POLE3,JuM arrtred t-'irV'"
AUGUST 4, 1S51).
EXPECTS TO RECEIVE Br THE
Xj E E T W O O T"
rwiIIE FOLLOWING M E R P i a niGc
M. wha-h, with the stock on hand, and bv other ships soon to
Mrrive, will afford a very full assortment of "seasonable Goods, to
aviu vuwaj iui vao u.
Axe and broad hatchets
Shiuling hatchets, assorted
Grindstone cranks ami rollers
Grindstones, 20 to 125 lbs
Iron p ts and ti-akettles .
Cast iron cart boxes, 6 and 6 in,
Cast steel rakes
Scythes and snaiths
Planter's and corn hoes .
Ladies' and bos; hoes
Axe and rake handles
Chisel, awl and auger handles
Whips aad cowhides
Sash cord aud win ow line
Hatchet handles, hand bells
Log and cod lines,
Siirnlil halyards, fish lines
Handled match planes,' asstd
i Bead and s:iah planes
jBench planes, asstd
Ox balls, rat traps
Wood saws, hand saws
Hand screws, lanterns
..Shoe, scrub, paint, whitewash,
j dust, floor, horaeleg. horse.
I nan, loom ana crumb brushes
.Trace, dog, halter, log and
j lamp chains
;Brass and iron wire
Cast steel spades
(Baker's k Mason's sieves
;IIair, -tre and herb sieves
Bolts, asstd; locks, asstd
jSpring balance;, screws . .
rateni com di nation rules, a new
300 coils Manila rope, astd small
an-icic mr carpenters
Braces and bits, ball braces
Braces without bits
S)cket chisels, gouges
Corner chisels, slicks
Bed keys, led screws
C. S. Aupers, ship augers
Auircr bits, gimlet bits
Coat and cloak hooks
Racking and stop cocks
Pricker ! sds, gauges
Guttnecht's pencils, 1. 2, 3
tHair brushes, needles
j Darners, asstd -
Gillot's iens, 303 104
! Pen-holdcTS, asstd
j Plus, chalk-line, reels
! Jacket lamps
jRipping ami cross-cut saws
Clamp screws, mattocks
Grub picks, crow bait
Screw eyes, brass nails,
i Bread and shoe knives
Walker's k Ely's percus'n caps Shoe pincers and punches
tr .... I .... . .. - .. v. i . . -1 . , . . . .
Steel shoe tacks, shoe nails
Aikins' brad awls, -20 tools
uunei moulds, n-ppers
Bag locks, horse rasps
'Measuring tapes. 40, 60, 60 feet
:unck and plastering trowels
Turn screws aud counter sinks
Square, flat and hf round files
Sand and emery paper
Stove polish, sheet iron
padlock clasps, straight and
': Ivory handled table knives only
rivuives ana iorks
j Plated table and dessert forks
Iron stirrups, bridles
ilnk, black and red
Nails, cut, wrought, boat, clinch
j etc., etc
jWhahng spades with handle
Brass and iron wire cloth
Fairbanks' scales, ttOO lbs
Nests trunks. 4 each
Britannia tea and coffee pots
I'lateit cake baskets
do coffee urns
do forkti and knives
;1 raveling bags
Military "and musk shav'g soap Palm leaf and pocket fans
Enameled duck Musk perfumery
Black bowed scissors, asstd 'Worsted needles
liaier pins, bodkins Shaker mats, pepper boxes
Silver thimbles .Ladies' baskets, asstd
Siectacles, bone buttons ; Boxes glass, asstd
Lead pipe, , , 1, lr, 2 inch Ship adies and handles
India rubber hose, f , It, li and stuck and dies, horse fleams
2 inch Dust pans, graters
Pay k Martin's blacking 'Sets shoe lasts
Gilt moulding for picture frames Shaving boxes and brushes
India rubber hair pins & combs. rapping paper
Foolscap ami letter paper
Deck scrapers and brushes
I'ropeller p -nclls
Harness awls, brad awU
Shot, asstd ; buck shot
Sled.'es and stone hammers
Bar lead an I s j ler
Copper tacks and rivets
.Grain and coffee mills
j Charcoal furnaces
Coiier's compasses, hammers
I drivers, punches and rivets
Bridle and harness leather
Panel doors and sashes
Dry Goodi, Ac.
Trusses wicking .Coats' spool cotton
Extra heavy deuims Bales hags
Stripe shirting Linen damask
Brown shirting, ticking IPnier cambric
4-4, 6 4, 0-4, 8-4, 10-4, and 11-4 Crash, linen tapes.
Am. Ru-s. and Scotch diapers
Heavy brown and blue drills
Suer extension skirts
Super misses' do
Koib. cotton and silk
Yellow, red anil white flannel
Tiily cotton, worsteds
Ruches, head dresses
eiia veivet, prints
Long shawls, all wool
Moire antique belts
Oiled silk, crinoline
Tli rend and muslin edgings
Men's and boy's half hose
Ladies' and misses' hose
IStay laces and binding
i White and black elastic rib
jSkirt bones, picture cord
iIjHce quilts, braces
i Bonnet do
iTalma cords and tassels
iSilk do do
Ribbon trimmed collars
Saddler's purse and floss silk
Gent's ladies' and misses' Lisle
I thread gloves
Ladies' and misses' mohair
White, brown and drab linen Square plaid shawls, wool
White silk aud cotton fringe
Fine bleached cotton, soft, etc.
White and blue cotton thread
Alpacca umbrellas, etc., etc
Boots, Shoes, &c.
Men's calf Oxford ties Men's and boy's calf boots
do do do do sup sewed M tilic overshoes
Ladies' and m Uses' Congress .Ladies' and misses' kid slippers
gaiters, kid an I silk j do do do silk lined
Child's gaiters and bootees 'Child's shoes, assorted
Men's enameled slippers (French calf skin.
Yeast powders, tapioca iSago, epsora salt.
Saleratus, soda Cream tartar
Pure sperm candles - j Dried apples
Winchester's No. 1 snap Cu-Ty powder, ginger
Saltpetre . 'Cayenne and black pepper
Agricultural Implements, &c.
Eagle plows, Nos. 1, 2 and 20 :0x yokes and bows
Horse do, three sizes
; Heavy hand carts
Side hill plows
Kice huller and fanning mill
Edging knives, bog hoes
Hay rakes, harrows
I Wheelbarrows, 1 and 2 wheels
Urass hooks and scythes
Bush scythes and snaiths
.Ra ce and hoe handles, etc., etc
Hats, Caps, &c.
Men's Senator hats Brown Leghorn hats
do Bhanghaehats j Boy's hats, asstd
2 super ladles mourning bon-j Misses' fiats, trimmed
nets, latest style London caps, asstd
Plates, tea and coffee cups, pit-"Rockingham spittoons and bak
chers, custards, molasses jugs,i ing dishes
all granite ware Solar chimneys, 1 and 9
Solar lamps and shades iGlass salts and cruets.
Hanging lamps, hand lamp. jOlaas dishes, paper shades
'Water jugs, lanterns, eta
.? . . Wooden Ware.,
tubs, pails '
.Clothes pins, sieves
Willow market basket.
Oval do do
Birch brooms, mops
Adze handles, etc.
.ing trays and bowls
Neis ceilar ti.bs
Painted coverJd buckets
Ezg beaters, lime squeezers
Corn brushes, etc.
Doable bedsteads I Curled hair
Towel stands, chairs Ilair seating, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Ac,
Pure lead in oil Copal varnish
Snow white sine. In tins Coach do
Pummlce stone, glue Raw umber
Prussian blue (Boiled oil
Spirits turpentine !,erdigria.Parig green
AMBROTYPE & DAG U ERREAN GALLERY!
1k AGUERREOTYPES. AMBROTTPES,
I J ani PI10TOGKAPH3 taken in the highest perfection of
theAtr. (105-tf) , F. BIXDT.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the ATTrmosof
of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Office, (next to the
post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
stvle and softness of tone, cannot be excelled. , .
Being in constant reeeij of New Stock. Chemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the lafc-st improvements.
XT Pictures token on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, Ac, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
v- k The Public are Invited to call and examine specimens
119-tf W. F. HOWLAND. Artist.
Harvey Sc McClymont,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS. GILDERS AND PA
SHOPS IN UNION AND KINO STREETS. 15S-tf
C. E. WlIililAHS,
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
THE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
tlie corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FTTRNrTTRE, Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank t Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
a large assortment of Gilt Mould ing, and large sixed Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Office and Children's Chain.
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order. lSMy
CARPENTERING AND JOLNERT.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
nia rriendaand the Public tlt he haa taken the stand form
erly occupied by 8. Johnson, (Carpenter,) on King street, oppo
site the HetheL where ha intend to open a carpenter shop and
conduct the business In all it. sarloua brawshea. . .
It B All orders execs led with promptness and dispatch. .
14VtT .7 77 GEO. MILLKR.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.. ;
rTTnE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair
A sssnnfarrmr sll Mtj f - i , -.in palm, -ATt i
laa'gearlng, ship brgings and mnith work. ..
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvila Ac oa hand and ! tA
Iron aal aal asd r"t fUi' a ?r
SIX DOLLARS PER AXM'M.
JVOLh IV, Xa. d. W11ULK Xe. 102.
J. C. SPALDING
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE
Public to the following memoranda of Goods for sale, at
low rates, "to arrive," comprising the cargo of the Ship JO
SI A H B RJDLEV, due lu eepteinber next; also Invoice, due
about same time, per ITASHljlOTOX ALLSTOy and RA
UL U A i
Bales pink and 'buff prints
Bales Panama ticks
Bales Panama stripes
Cases I" x bridge sheetings
Bales brown sheetings
Bales Shetucket denims
Bales Androscoggin sheetings
Bales Gorrics blankets
Bales Rockdale do
I Bales scarlet blankets
.Cases Otis denims
B ilcs broAu drills
Cases blue drills
'Bales royal blue flannel
' Bales dark do
Bales blue sheeting
I Cases do do
Groceries, Liquors, Provisions, &c.
150 bbls prime pork
25 8th casks I". V. P. brandy,
25 cases claret
3 casks Jamaica rum
10 cases salt
ZOO bbls Dour
60 bbls mess beef
. 60 bbls Bourbon whisky
25 cases cherry cordial
100 cases Albany ale and porter 350 demijohns
50 cases alcohol (ale fl cases cheese
3d casks Tennant's India paie, 2i half bbls dried apples
a casks do porter
filusks 157 bbls bread
M tierces hams
10 cases currant wine
10 cases sherry
1 bale corks
60 bbls rice
100 cases gin
60 cases wine bitters
j 0 i aui S i csks Pinet brandy
"5 cases champagne cider
Cases of oysters, lib tins
Cases assorted meats
j Cases green corn
'Cases table salt
'Cases water crackers
Cases salt, in 20 tb bags
Caleb Tate I -jNative's
Pride f Tosacoc
; Napier f
Sugar Pear I
100 tons Scotch coals
3307 feet plank
1 case oil clothing
19 cases clothing
20 boxes starch
280 kegs lead
S rolls lead pipe
jCases palm hats
ill ind led axes
Boiled linseed oil
i Boots and shoes
I Case, matches
j47 sash doors
25 bndls windows
! 10 bndls blinds
Ox bows, yokes and plows
Cases charcoal irons
79 casks Cumberland coals
10 bbls coal tar
25 bbls pitch .
60 bbls Wilmington tar
10 bbls bright v.irniah
80 bales gunny bags
.Cases hickory shirts
jCases check pants
: Cases denim frocks and pant.
Case, palm leaf hats
thread Cases Otis deuims
239 kegs nails
Boxes family soap
Boxes salt-water soap
ases olue k white cot.
Per "Washington Allston.'
10 M feetW. P. sheathing, 1 in. -100 otfls cordage
planed two .ides and edues j 22 bbls whisk v
32 M feet select W P. sheath- Pines brand r
ing, planed one side I 30 cases crackers
15 M feet T. and G. sheathing 6 cases flannels
II M feet spruce flooring, 1 ia. j 3 cases clothing
planed. T. aud G. i 50 M cheroots. No. 2
14 M feet i in. sheathing 20 bbls bread
10 M feet T. ami G. pine boards; 10 eises Mer. print.
planed one side 25 gig harpoons
' 3 cases print.
Cases blue sheetings Tierces sugar cured hams
Cases Hamilton pink prints Cases brogans
Bales blue ami scarlet blankets Kegs cannon nowder
2 superioi silver mounted bar- Cases sporting powder
ness Uases Hunt's handled axes
An invoice of ladies' fancy Cases charcoal Irons
goods Casks cod. sienal halvanl. mr
Cases Winchester's perfumed i aud hemn lines
S. W. soap I 157-tf
Just received per Bark "Sachem."
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
pASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
hite Duck, cases Black
and White Checked Quilting;
Xte VTMHJtl Inv. 1 ma, '
Mlf fiMtrf. -
Oxford pegged ties,
fine Monterey a .
roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's col'd morocco,
men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans,
" " boots. -..
elf sewed and pgd brogans
calf sewed sailor's pumps,
Bales Temple "
Bales Manailnock bro. sheet
Bales Livingston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims,
B iles Thorndike Ticks,
Cases LivingsMn blea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilts, .
Cases L. Brown sheetings,
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases Clslhintr. csat'g
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
Half bbls split peas,
uenim overalls ana tracks.
t ases renned lard.
Blue, mixed aud red flan, shirts Half bbls crushed sugar,
Sporting jackets, '
Black merino sacks,
Reefer's " -
Blue and red flannel shirts.
Bbls extra mess beef,
Bxs, hf and qr do, layer raisins,
.Half bbls butter,
Cases box salt,
'Snooks fine bag do,
jBbls Haxall flour,
Black beaver cloth Raglans,
Pilot reef jackets, blue and blk, Bags pepper.
Pilot monkey M
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed cassimere pants,
Black - "
Cottonade and jean pants.
Boots and Shoes.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
jCases saddles, complete, -II
x family and salt water soap,
jHalf bbls hide poison,
Cases spts turpentine,
'Coils of Manila cordage,
'Kegs of nails.
Kegs of finishing nails.
" imitation goat
" " enameled
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
Luck s tobacco.
kip brogans, Rolls rigging and pump leather,
" w waxed do, Keg. pure and extra white lead,
" " Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed ad,
M " patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,
" " " " cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
" " goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
" " im. Oxford ties, , Coils spunyam.
Cases Congress boots, Kegs powder,
sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do.
AViars, Spirits, Ac.
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Hennessy's, Martell and
Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba doj
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander ft Co's Rochell
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
l-tf J. C. SPALDING
. C. WATERMAN Sc Co.
Offers for Sale :
OfAf, BBLS. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
wlyvJauO bbls prime pork,
100 M Gallego flour, superfine,
100 Haxall do do,
25 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 lis If bbls crushed sugar,
50 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford tor lines,
50 bundles navy oakuin,
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallon, spirits of turpentine,
2 tons iron hoops,
300 coils Manila cordage, 6, inch, 4, 4K 4,
8, 3J, 3i, 3. 2, 21. 2i, 2, 1 and 1 Inch.
50 coils 6 thread, thread ami 12 thread.
60 coils Russia cordage. 7, inch shrouding,
6. 3, 2i, 2 and H Inch.
25 coils 9, 12 and 16 thread, seising, h amber
line, rounding and houseline,
Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and S Inch.
Ship's camboosea, complete, Nos. 2 and t.
Whale irons, toggle irons,
Whale ho-its, ' '
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
10.000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine beading,
Spruce flour boards.
Hard pine flooring boards. 123-tf
rgl II E I'XDERSI'
NED IIAVIXR PTTR.
chased the interest of Ri Smith in the Town aad CUT
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley ft Co., the
business will henceforth be earned on under the name of D. R.
Vifla ft Co., who engage to furnish the best quality of butchers'
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
145-tf D. R. TTDA ft CO.
Sugar and Molasses,
For sate by
CIIAS. BREWER, 2, -Agent
SACIIE3I.M; . . i ;
SPRUCE POLt-. FLAW
Stooea, for sale by (143 tf CHAS. &&KWKK, Id.
M REDVOOD . SHINGLES EX
France. Parser, for sale by
0B0RGK O. BOWK.
1f CAE-I3 CHINED II A MS,
VV terdioss, ia half bwxM,
For sale by
II. W. UTIUVCI.
. - . PICKI.1E8. - -rt-c-rj-
71ASE9 HALF-OALIJOJff PIC3LTS,
Casta quarta, EngKah pickles. ' "
141-tf For sale by " H. W. 8XTZ3AHC& '
EXCHANGE FOU SAtE, '4 -"""TnALEMEM
EILLM,0 HILLS KtAtra
ka aues tc wait arcaaarrs, oa New )n ra. fsr sa tf
, RO, WATAAatAJI t-X
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE.
. PLAIN AND FANCY l'.'. - .
BOOK AKD JOB PRINTING
BOOKS, - v BILLS OVRXCBAKGK,
CATALOOrFS, BILLS OF LADING,
BILLHKAPS, C0NSCI.AR BLAKK9,
CIB-Cl'LARS. BLANK PEKD8,
AUCTION BILLS. HAND BtLLK '
PAMPHLETS, 8BOP BILLS,
i ITT VISITING, BUSINESS AND AD1REP9 CARDS prtotf 4
or a "Yankee CarU Preas," in tbe hifbeat nyle of the ait.
THAYER, BRIGIIAM A FIELD.
Commission Merchants, Boston. .
Cras. L. Travis, (lste Thayer, Rice k Co.)
J. ts tssK.BA., (late is. D. Ungham Co.)
B. W. Field,-(late of Honolulu.)
o. c. a'arca. . j. c. ataau-L
ITIcItUEft & nLURILL,
AGENTS OF THK
Regalar Dispsttrh Llaeaf Hsaislailai Pacltwis.
ItT All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich Ialanda,
will be received and forwarded by the " Regular Dispatch Line"
ran or roaanisina. , - , . .
Particular attention paid to f.irwardin and transhipment of
merchandise, ante of whalemen's bills, and other exchaagc, in
surance of merchandise ami specie under oped policiaa, suf.ply
inff whaleships, chartering ships, etc.
43 aarf 45 Califaraia street. 110-.f
asrBB to i ....,
Captain James Makee, Hm.'lulu; Captain D. C. Watemtaa
Ilenolulu; Messrs. Oilman k Cj., Lahaina. 121-tf.
. Chas. Wolcott Brooks,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCUAlVl',
- AND F08WARDIN0 AGENT.
183 Saaasaie street. Sua Fraaelsea, Cal.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN' TO
the purchase, shipment and sale of Merchandise, aad L
the Forwarding aud Transhipment of Goods In transit.
Refers to : - - ' '
- B. F. Stow, Honolulu, a I Jas. IIcsxcwill, Bo. ton.
C. BacwiR, 2o, Honolulu. I lltsaT A. Piaace,
P. S. Wilcox, -'. Baswsa,
MacosdraT & Co., San Francisco.
Mobgjs, Stoss & Co., n--Asa
T. Lawtox, " 141-tf
t oatFrrrr. noioa.
a. r. snoa.
MORGAN. STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Ban Francisco, Cal
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. k A. R. Nye,
k Swift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnell Mlnturo a
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messra. Per
kins k Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Ksq. Hon
olulu. .. 1-tf
nr. JOII1T AIsEX. .11 VTIIEXVS,
- . O Q, area's Place. Sydaey. -
07 Reference to W. L. Obscsi, Honolulu, S. I. 104Mni .
EASTltA & CO., ; "
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
. Hakodadi, Japan.
J LI, Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished also, Slip's
Stores and Ship Chandlery, at boholcld raicaa.
naiemen's oraru taken, sc.
WML. II. KKLLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Win supply ahips with provisions, &c, and advance BOiuy oa
fkvorable terms for bills on the L'ulted States. 4,Vly
CUSTOM HOUSE fc COMMISSION AGENT
. ... MANGONCL NEW ZEALAND. N
D Shipping supplied or the moat reasonable terms. Iai
36 0 8., long. 173-38.K. l-ly
SAiUL. C. WOODRiUFF,v
SHI PC HANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GEXERAL AQENT Goods bought aud aold on coax
mission. Ship and Family Stores put op at the shortest artice.
Corner of Qcssa's Road and ParmoH sracrr, Hssxsjkaaig.
XT Refers to Tbomas Srcacca, A. J. Caanraiorr. J. C.
Spaldino, Honolulu, Sand wichlalanda. 104-1 y
BARRY PATTEN, , .
IMPOBTEBS, wbolesale and RETAIL, dbaltu in .
WINES LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, 4-c.,
116 Msalgwaiery at., Sna Fraacisca. fiWy
II. WEBSTER & GO.
! IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
randies, v-i 1 arx c
i .Liquor or every Description.
101 FRONT STREET, .
Between Washington and Merchant
! 116 tf
ROPE WALK AND OAI.t.tl
C CORDAGE OF EVERT SIZE MANUFAC
J TURED to order. Constantly on hand, a larr as-
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (all sixes). Bate
i Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TCBRS CO
j 80-ly 138. Front Street, Saa Francisoi
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco, ' "'
FFER FOR SALE A FULL AND COM-
plete assortment of desirable .
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. :
R. It CO. respectfully Solicit orders from the country, tn4
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those whofavsr
them with their custom. M-Ooj .
HOaaa 118 Clay Street. ;
f4ft mmd 4T Merchant Street.
- SAltf FRASTCISCO. Cal. -
Xxxxxoxrtox And Soalor '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPCr5v
Floor and Table Oil Cloths,'.. ,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and1 D AZZASCd,
WINDOW SHADES AND CCILAZZZ
. ...... .... , .
T7 pliola teryOoocIu,
. PAPER IIANGINC9 anal COCpZS,
FOR BALK IN BOND OR PUTT FAID,
K7".At the Lowest ZZztza,
FANCY CCODS ! Fjli;C7 1
I-psrter cf Fascy Gccds of ell Hii:.
BICADS A WD BEAD WORK I "'77'' '
GUNS, PIST015, COMBS, ESUISS,
. TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
LOOKING GLASSES, PERFU1HZIY, V
SOAPS; NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,
WAX AND KID. DOLLS, Ac.'.fe .7
An OrUers to receive prosapt sttsntiaa, and the gasie ka far.
' wasasd M airceted. : .
stoH.LWarraiT, Hooo4nla,8.L - - V4.
T7OR SALE, JUST EtECEIVED BS tuCi
AO "ascasaa,'' 2 doahte-baiia Meloaeoos,
,2 da reed da.
-f flvs-ectave, taano styW.
Ths abora fircaa On aiarra factory of ft. D. a r. TT. r '-rsjf
. tin , r i
d a. aVs In f tfaa
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